Jeanne Schul

Jeanne Schul

Lecturer in Dance

Department: Fine Arts
Phone: (706) 802-6733
Campus Box: 5057
Location: Richards 264

Short Bio

Jeanne M. Schul, Ph.D. is a Dance Specialist at Berry College in the Department of Fine Arts where she coordinates the dance minor program and serves as Artistic Director of the Berry College Dance Troupe, which she founded in 1996. Dr. Schul holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, a Masters degree in Dance from Texas Woman's University, and a B.A. in Dance and English from SUNY Brockport. She as numerous national publications and presentations in the area of dance and dreams. She is on the Board of Directors for the Eastwest Somatics Network and is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist through ISMETA. She has been the recipient of many grants involving dance education, including the Berry College International Immersion Grant in 2011 to explore Latin dance and culture in Costa Rica, where she now takes interested Berry students to study during Maymester. In 2010, Dr. Schul was awarded the New Mythos grant from the OPUS Archives and Research Center in Santa Barbara, CA to conduct research entitled, The Divine Feminine: Dancing Us into Being.


  • M.A., Texas Woman's University
  • B.A., State University College of New York at Brockport

Teaching Interests

The dance minor program focuses on the art of making dances, as well as the art and science of teaching dance. Our offering of different types of technique classes is a part of our plan to nurture creative, versatile dancers and choreographers. The annual spring dance concert provides the opportunity for students to choreograph and dance in a main stage production, while the fall dance performance class enables our dancers to create a young audience performance for our annual Tour-of-Schools. Other courses focus on a survey of dance, dance history, music for dance, and costuming.